Sacramento and other towns across California are putting proactive measures in place to quell the spread of COVID-19. Disruptions to school, work, and major public gatherings are already manifesting and it’s important to stay up to date on what’s happening in the Sacramento, CA community.
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California COVID-19 Cases
California Total Coronavirus Cases: 9,404,196
California New Coronavirus Deaths: 14
California Total Coronavirus Deaths: 91,203
U.S. Total Coronavirus Cases: 84,799,040
U.S. New Coronavirus Deaths: 201
U.S. Total Coronavirus Deaths: 1,028,337
Coronavirus News for Sacramento
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are continuing to rise in Sacramento County, according to a weekly update Wednesday on the county’s dashboard. More info »KCRA on MSN.com - 05/19/2022 10:42am
As COVID cases rise in California and across the country, a part of the response is making sure people have options to detect and treat the virus as soon as possible. More info »FOX40 on MSN.com - 05/19/2022 01:27pm
This Is the County in the Sacramento--Roseville--Arden-Arcade, CA Metro Area with the Most Deaths from COVID-19
More than 1 million Americans have died from COVID-19 – more than the total number of Americans killed in World War I and World War II combined. In the Sacramento–Roseville–Arden-Arcade metropolitan ... More info »24/7 Wall St on MSN.com - 05/19/2022 08:00pm
Coronavirus transmissions continue to rise in California, just as the state warms up and families begin to prepare for summer vacations. The statewide daily case rate is 20.9 per 100,000 residents, ... More info »Sacramento Bee - 05/18/2022 06:44am
Sacramento City Council is scheduled to vote on Tuesday to continue holding virtual meetings. Every month, they’ve made this decision despite the state’s relaxed pandemic restrictions. More info »Capital Public Radio - 05/17/2022 07:36am